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hillary clinton for president next year when they both have to decide. well, today we learned in a big front cover article for politico magazine that biden is now blowing his own cover, showing his true 2016 ambitions. he makes unforgettably clear that he wants to run. believes he would be as good a president as the recent secretary of state. more important, he says he wants the presidency more than secretary clinton does. that, biden says, the vital difference between he and hillary clinton. he loves politics, loves the presidency, and she doesn't love either anywhere as much as he does. actually, does anybody? one thing he clearly loves is sitting down face-to-face, biden does, with world leaders. who wouldn't? angela merkel of germany and all the other world leaders. why shouldn't he be considered as obama's successor, he is asking? why should hillary clinton get first dibs when he has the edge and years of service, high level meetings with world leaders, the works? tonight we out the what could be the democratic super bowl, biden versus clinton in a regulation 15 rounder. glenn thr
today, and an old pro making his move again. former president bill clinton blazing his way back onto the campaign trail. why? and what does it say about former secretary hillary clinton and the white house in 2016? abc's jeff zeleny spent the day watching the man a lot of people have called the big dog, back in action. >> reporter: bill clinton is back. >> look, i love kentucky. you've been good to me. >> reporter: plunging into one of the biggest political battles of the year. the effort to knock off the top republican in the senate, mitch mcconnell. dloin clinton says he's turned gridlock into an art form. >> when there's a problem, do everything you can to make sure the problem is never fixed. it may work in an election, get people all torn up, upset, everybody mad all the time. but it's a dumb way to run a country. >> reporter: in kentucky today, clinton was helping mcconnell's opponent, secretary of state alison lundergan grimes. she was a teenager when he was president. here she is, only 14, presenting roses to the clintons at their inauguration in 1993. surrounded by senators
clinton at the time when it was the g-7. then it was the g-8. but he and boris yel sin had a personal relationship that made a lot of what happened possible, i guess. i'm thinking a lot of vodka drinking, but a lot of -- you know, at the summits you could tell there was a personal rapport. putin is not that kind of guy, for starters. we don't see that kind of relationship with president obama. so to this idea of these outdated modes, i mean, it strikes me that putin doesn't necessarily share those values or those interests of being a part of the g-8 or -- and again does hold on to this 19th century, 20th century model of what he's trying to accomplish. >> well, remember, president bush thought he could get along with him. he said, i looked into his soul and saw somebody i could deal with. you're quite right. he doesn't care. but i think the important thing is this will not be a long-benefit for him and the russian people. because if we do the things that nina was talking about here in terms of making it difficult for the russians to have access to the world economic system and trade a
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to tom waiting in clinton, maryland on our line for democrats. good morning. caller: hi. a second on to take your previous colors. one who said something about president obama -- no one listens to him. obama speaks in concert with the house and senate. he doesn't just come out make statements. he represents the american government when he speaks. president putin is going to do what he is going to do and president obama has no control over what he does. there are international obligations that russia has as far as ukraine is concerned. that man is supposed to speak out about these things. as far as what he wants to do as far as working to russia to resolve this problem is another matter. take supposed to opposition or exception to what he feels is a breach of international obligation by russia. thank you very much. thanks to him and his administration we are not the country we used to be." "he's the twitter page -- to pray for ukraine." we will stay on this topic for the next 20 minutes or so here on the washington journal. we want to point out a few of the other headlines going on
a problem for hillary clinton if she decides to run for president in 2016. explain the connection there. >> willie, senator clinton, secretary clinton was the face of the reset. you guys will remember. we saw this on "morning joe" back in 2009 in her second month in office. she was in moscow at one of her first trips and she presented the russian foreign minister with an actual gift wrapped red reset button. this is just an example as maggie haberman points out. she has to answer questions about the health care and economy and about the nsa. secretary clinton has been so quiet. her advisers think, oh, she doesn't have to jump out and make a statement about everything. but, willie, as we can see here on the show, this is no passing issue. her book is out soon and she will be doing some midterm campaigning. so politico sees increasing pressure on secretary clinton to talk about some of these issues. some people will say she is a little bit out of the loop on some of these decisions. it's not going a defense she is going to use. her plan is to stick with president obama, but it makes it ha
explode the party leaving it unable to compete, for example, with hillary clinton next time? also that his wild bunch can rebuild it to a smaller, nastier political party home only to the hard and bitter right wing? david, we have right, left, center. we have one guy i know of who seems to have a ballistic purpose, the blow up his political party. rand paul wants to move it to the right. we know that. he may succeed. this guy wants to take it apart starting at the top. >> i think the way to understand ted cruz is to realize he believes he is leading a crusade. there is a theology to this and political calculations but he believes that republicans if they do anything, if they let the obama budget pass they are enabling what he sees as the destruction of the united states and he is taking it, self appointed. >> the function of the american government is his enemy. >> self-appointed to be the one to say no to this gives him part of the tea party base. i come to the conclusion that he believes he is the conservative savior. if that means electing peep folks to believe obama is like nazi. >> he
seeking office. he is former president bill clinton. he is hoping to pack enough political punch to topple a lot of targets. here is abc's jeff zeleny. >> reporter: bill clinton is back. >> look, i love kentucky, you've been good to me. >> reporter: plunging into one of the biggest battles of the year. the effort to knock off the top republican in the senate, mitch mcconnell. clinton said he turned gridlock into an art form. >> when there's a problem, do everything you can to make sure the problem is never fixed. it may work in an election year. get everybody upset and mad all the time but it is a dumb way to run a country. >> reporter: clinton helping mcconnell's opponent. secretary of state allison lunder again grimes. she was a teenager when she was president. here she is only 14 presenting roses to the clintons at their inauguration in 1993. surrounded by senators in washington, mcconnell brushed off clinton's visit. >> every time he comes, it is good for me. >> reporter: perhaps but clinton is the biggest draw. fueled by nostalgia for the past and a hope that hillary clinton runs for
to the clouds in the sea, hillary clinton is a virtual certainty for the 2016 democratic nomination and the front runner in the next presidential race. in private, rumors persist that the former secretary of state may not even be capable of making it to iowa and new hampshire. clinton will not run for president again because of health concerns." clinton and mike huckabee are in the lead in the 2016 iowa poll. this is a new poll put out. those two are in the lead. there is the headline. back to your calls on the fourth anniversary of the let's move campaign. judy is west virginia. -- judy is in west virginia. caller: i'm so excited about the let's move campaign, especially about the changes in the lunch program. the school i am in now. the labeling helps. i do see the children eating more healthy food than they had in the past. -- it has taken time. they resist change. these two not want to eat the vegetables. -- they used to not want to eat vegetables. they used to throw them away but now they are starting to eat them. we have had resistance not just from the children but from the e
recently about hillary clinton along the same lines? >> i think it's a great message. >> a great message. >> talking about optimism. again, the republican party and tea party movement and all of us looking inward like glenn beck did a few weeks ago to say what have i done over the past several years that may not have helped my cause? i do that not every few years. i do that every few minutes, you know? and i need to do that every few minutes. but, listen. rand paul is singing my song. i love what he is saying. i've always said, let's not get distracted by resentments against the president or resentments against our on political adversaries. focus on the message and make it a positive message and explain to americans why the conservative message is actually going to bring working and middle class voters to a better place. so i love what rand said. >> well, i liked what he said too but i wonder, gene, given the fact -- >> can i say one other thing quickly, meek? >> uh-huh. >> i'm missing the most important point. if he is saying that to a "the new york times" editorial board, that's a safe
a great home. >> oh, that? >> bill clinton out there on the campaign trail. >> being president is a lot like being superintendent of a big cemetery. there's a lot of people under you and nobody's listening. >> take a look at this real bird's-eye view being called the world's first bird self-if i >> try for healthy snacks and fresh food, we love it. pretty good. >> on "cbs this morning." >> yes a woman here in new york city went into labor before she could make it to the hospital and ended up giving birth in the middle of a crosswalk. it explains the baby's first words, "hey i'm crawlin' here!" >> this morning's "eye-opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning, norah. >> good morning to you, charlie. >> the weather again. as you wake up in the west, many of you are facing a wet commute. heavy showers and snow are coming in and staying for the next several days. some areas could see half a foot of rain. meanwhile, a new arctic front is pushing east and south. >> because of all the cold air, dozens of cities and towns are f
for president clinton. i kind of thought that was a sham. but that didn't compare to what happened today. the vote on debo adegbile to be assistant attorney general for civil rights sent a strong message. here's the message we sent tod today. you young people, listen you. -- you young people, listen up. if you are a young white person and you go to work for a law firm. you're a lawyer, sworn in to the ball, you go to work for a law firm. you're a white person. and that law firm defends you to a pro bono case to defend someone who killed eight people in cold blood and they assign you to defend that person. my advice from this, what happened today, is you should do that. it's part of your legal obligation, part of your profession. because if you do that, who knows, you might wind up to be the chief justice of the united states supreme court. however, if you are a young black person and you go to work for the naacp legal defense fund and they assign you under your obligations as an attorney, in keeping with your oath of office, they assign you to appeal a case of someone who committed a hei
in the washington times on bill clinton. his message for democrats. picture of him with a kentucky democrat in louisville yesterday. himes.e talking with jim the national finance chairman of the house democrats. we will be talking about the 2014 field coming up in about five minutes or so. have a bit of time left. go to doug in wake forest, north carolina on our line for democrats. good morning. caller: thank you. for decades, the ar american people of wondered why the middle east continues to blow itself up. the interpretation of ancient transcripts. i would like to say that one of you to the people of arizona for helping us find ourselves on the same path. host: let's go to john in florida on our line for independents. caller: i knew this was going to be the first piece when i heard about it yesterday. -- i'mm not hearing is hearing a lot of religion and atheists. i'm not hearing the simple question, is a naturally echo you come down to the issue, nobody wants to talk about homosexuality the act. they talk about two people in love. a nice, romantic, rosy picture. when you talk about the a
offered mupty in exchange for that testimony. mike. >> big news. we'll be covering that. >>> the clinton files are being unfiled. there's an enormous effort to humanize hillary back in the days of the clinton white house. is there still a push to make her media friendly? and will these revelations impact hillary in 2016? joining us now, howard kurtz, host of media buzz here on the fox news channel. good to see pup. >> good morning, mike. >> i guess she was being coached by this mandy grunw aye ld, right? >> among others, yes, one of they are key advisers. one of the documents we found said don't be defensive. the press is obviously watching to see if they can make you uncomfortable or testy. look for opportunities for humor. it's important that people see more sides of you and they often see only in very stern situations your behavior. be careful to be real. wow. how can you teach someone to be real? >> are you kidding me? every politician gets this sort of advice. you can't fake sincerity. there are other memos which hillary clinton is during her husband's presidency in the '90s was tol
. umra suzz was a good bill but over time such -- some shortcomings became apparent such as the clinton and late ore ba ma administrations had -- have written executived orers to fix the loopholes within it. as many of my colleagues can confirm it takes a lot of creativity and hard work to pass legislation as a member of a minority party. when democrats gained control of congress back in 2007 i sat down with my staff to think about legislative ideas that could gain sufficient bipartisan support to clear a democrat congress. this bill is the result of those efforts. h.r. 899 has bipartisan d.n.a. it codifies those administrative fixes championed by presidents clinton and obama and promotes good government accountability and transparentcy. as a testimony to this fact, the bill is co-sponsored by three of my democrat colleagues here in the house, representatives mike mcintyre, collin peterson and loretta sanchez. i owe them a debt of gratitude for their efforts in promoting this commonsense bill. 'm especially grateful for representative james lankford a republican co-sponsor of this bill,
, barbara walters popped the question to vice president biden. if hillary clinton runs for president, does that mean you won't run? isn't that what you have said? biden couldn't have been more emphatic. he said he never said he wouldn't run if hillary did. quote, whether she runs or not will not affect my decision.
on february 3, 2000, by vice president joe biden. in 1997, mr. holder was named by president clinton to be the deputy attorney general. prior to that he served as u.s. attorney for the district of colombia. in 1988, mr. holder was nominated by president reagan to become an associate judge for the supreme court of the district of columbia. prior to becoming attorney general, mr. holder was a litigation partner in washington. it truly in need is a pleasure imposed up here to address is here again today, general. [applause] >> well, good morning. hello? good morning and thank you for those kind words. we're going high-tech issue. i use the command have my speech but i want to thank you for your dedicated service over a good number of years. we're all wondering what's next. were just talking about that as we're walking through, but thank you for great leadership in wisconsin and your great leadership for this organization. it's a privilege to take part in this important meeting. i'd like to thank naag's leadership team and professional staff for bringing us together this week and invitin
with berman and michaela starts now. >>> the secret clinton files, a huge trove of documents about bill and hillary clinton. what do they say? when will they be released? why it puts president obama in a bind. >> a baby with three jen etd tick parents. scientists say they can do it but should they? who gets custody, who has legal rights? >> he shook up the world or was it the mom? >> new information that the fbi thought one of the most famous fights in history might have been fixed? we will hear from boxing legend, don king live. >> hello. i'm john berman. >> i'm michaela pereira. good morning out west. it is 8:00 a.m. out there. >>> happening now, a passenger terminal at the port of miami is being evacuated due to a
has a shot if you look at the polls. big bill, the clintons, campaigning for her. yeah, mitch mcconnell could lose. >> are saying the gop could take control of the senate come no, if that would help. how would that change the dynamic in this country? >> i think it would be the end of president obama's legislative agenda. i think right now it's in trouble because it's coming up and republicans feel they're in a good position. >> this week, the president introduced "my brother's keeper." program. there are some who say this president has not done enough yet. what's your opinion? >> being the first black anything. or the first woman anything. the pressure on you is so substantial. because you just want to do the best job as the thing you're being, right. like, the pressure from the group that was the most invested in is you-s always going to be enormous. now, on the african-american issues i do think they're purposefully resistant. on the second term, you'll see the president be more open about the issues of race. talk about his experience as blake man. he came from a very activist,
years, there was a cutting of taxing during clinton and the republicans worked together. this president is not doing that. the budget does not represent what i would like to see. our kids and grandkids will pay for this. i trillion dollars in the budget. 90% of the current federal budget that could be cut out i mean thecaller: revenue that we bring in, 10% should be the maximum that we have on any kind of budget. you mentioned education spending. here is what reuters says will be in the budget. obama will renew his call for universal pre-kindergarten and expanding the head start program. your thoughts on those proposals? caller: if you have ever looked to education, it says when kids are younger they need to do more experimental things been in the classroom. the problem with younger kids when they are in lower economics, they need to be raised properly. a lot of the major problems we find with kids that come from low income families is that they do not understand even the basic alphabet. those things are great for them to be trained. once they come to the classroom him if they have been
-pass it again three years later. then it was signed by president clinton and became law. and acted 20 years ago. the one thing i want to do is encourage everybody in the future that is working on this important issue -- it is important. to include all sales and background checks. you have just heard the reason why. theeral examples of it -- internet and gun shows. i want to encourage everybody that just because there's a public outcry does not mean that we are going to get a bill passed. it takes work and it takes time. it takes persistence. with that, we will win again. i have no doubt whatsoever. it will be a proud day and i want come back over here the day passes. i promise i will not leave until then. [applause] wanted me to give everybody a big hello. he is sorry he could not be here today. it is a little hard for him to travel anymore. for those of you who helped us, thank you so very much. for those of you on the brady staff, the president and everybody else who is working on --now, i see they have got we're going to win and finish the job. thank you. [applause] sarah.k you, one of the m
families in american politics. the bushes, the kennedys, and the clintons. someone thought was she saying jeb shouldn't run for president? i had to ask her a little bit about jeb. she's very clear about where she stands on him running. listen. >> i don't know if you read "the new york times," but "new york times" maureen dowd had a column and the headlines was "brace yourself for hillary and jeb." >> i did see that and i thought anything to make news. >> is it okay with you if he ran? >> it has nothing to do with me. it just seems to me ridiculous in a country this size that we didn't have other families. i mean, we've got great governors, other people. i just don't understand it. and maybe jeb's given all he should give. because he worked awfully hard for a long time. but he is the best qualified person in the country; there is no question about that. put me down as saying that. >> so i've got a feeling if he runs, you would vote for him? >> of course i would. >> just checking. >> in the primary and the general, she went on to say. >> wise perspective there. >> really. she also said she
the administration. secretary kerry, secretary clinton. preparing the way for all of this. and the leadership of the countries involved that we have this joint sanctions regime in place for these negotiations. >> madam leader, last couple weeks, certainly the last couple dice taste some your very closest friends in this body have announced their retirement. mr. dingell, mr. waxman, mr. andrews is leaving. i wonder if so many people leaving after this congress, or during it, makes you re-evaluate how long you'll stay here. >> no it doesn't. it's very sad these people are leaving. they are fabulous, their legislative records, mr. dingell, mr. waxman, mr. miller, legislative virtue owe sews -- irtueo sews -- virtueo sows. rush holt, rob andrews from new jersey, fabulous hems of congress. god bless them. george miller, mr. waxman they have been here 40 years each. they want to go do something else or go home. mr. dingell, i think by the time he leaves it will be 59 years. no. they go with their pace. gi at my. we miss them. they are fabulous. there's the pot and lots of people are very excited ab
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